The following documents are not categorized in their proper sub-category. Until then, they will remain indexed here:
Survey of Communication and Navigation Concept for Space Escape System, 16 Jun 1969 [61 Pages, 2.92MB] – During manned space operations in near earth orbit, an emergency can occur where mission abort or onboard procedure is incapable of resolving the hazard. A space eacape system is, therefore, being investigated as a possible solution. Since the escape system is an emergency device, its design is not constrained by purely military consideration. Thus, while military missions require secure communication links and recovery sites, space escape systems are not so constrained. A space emergency situation would have distress assistance available on a worldwide basis ae a result of international agreements.
Are Observed White Areas on Mars Real, June 15, 2001 [6 Pages]
Astrophysical Aspects of Cosmic-Ray Research (First 75 Years and Prospects for the Future), December 9, 1988 [ 95 Pages, 13.7MB]
An Emergency Dental Kit Encasement for Use on Extraterrestrial Missions, April 1966 [19 Pages, 710kb]
Energy from Space: A Look at a Problem 03 June 1993 [10 Pages, 5.85MB]
A Modular Architecture for Responsive Configuration of Satellite Autonomy [54 Pages, 4.57MB]
The Neutron Pile As a Tool in Quantitative Analysis; The Gallium and Palladium Contents of Iron Meteorites, 1948 [14 Pages, 1.74MB] – In recent years the science of meteoritics has come to be looked upon as a science of increasing importance, in large measure due to recognized bearing of meteorite information upon problems of astrophysical interest. In particular, it now appears-likely that an intensive study of the distribution of elements in meteorites will enable one to draw important conclusions concerning the structure of planets, the origin of our solar system, and the relative “cosmic” abundances of the chemical elements.
Surface Characteristics of the Moon, Mars and Venus — Anotated Bibliography [90 Pages, 2.45MB]